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Dave in TN

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You should be aware that the long range forecast for the next couple of weeks here projects rain pretty much every day. It's been a dismal, cold and rainy winter here so far and that pattern doesn't appear to be changing in the near term.

If the weather doesn't dissuade you and you are still interested in a trip down this way, I'd recommend Chattanooga over Nashville for young families. Way more to interest the kids IMO. We live in Nashville and that's where we've always taken our kids.


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Dave in TN wrote:

You should be aware that the long range forecast for the next couple of weeks here projects rain pretty much every day. It's been a dismal, cold and rainy winter here so far and that pattern doesn't appear to be changing in the near term.

If the weather doesn't dissuade you and you are still interested in a trip down this way, I'd recommend Chattanooga over Nashville for young families. Way more to interest the kids IMO. We live in Nashville and that's where we've always taken our kids.


Our weather hasn't been any better. Everything along the river is flooded.


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We must have been easy to satisfy as kids.

My parents took us to Nashville and the surrounding area at an early age for years and have very fond memories.

But must admit, this was early 70's and didn't start drinking til I was 9 or 10.

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kellem wrote:

We must have been easy to satisfy as kids.

My parents took us to Nashville and the surrounding area at an early age for years and have very fond memories.

But must admit, this was early 70's and didn't start drinking til I was 9 or 10.


IT IS A WHOLE DIFFERENT NASHVILLE NOW..

My Bro in law was there last year and was showing us video... BIG change from when I was there, perhaps 15 yer ago..
It is ALL huge commercial bars, 3 stories, bright blinking LED lights shining the stars name who owns the bar...

bachelor parties.. bachelorette parties EVERYWHERE..

We just booked our trip for August of this year ! [emoticon]


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